The Stallings Town Council on Monday voted 6-1 to approve the hiring of Centralina Council of Governments to update the town’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan that was adopted in 2005.
Under the agreement, Centralina will prepare an updated population analysis and identify potential areas of residential and commercial growth. The company also will outline the town’s future public facility and transportation needs, and identify the town’s intersections and corridors most impacted by construction of the Monroe Bypass.
Centralina also will schedule and conduct public meetings and workshops, and prepare maps, tables, and schematics to support the plan and ensure its ease of use by the public. Work on the plan is slated to take one year.
Council member Regis Griffin of District 1 voted against the proposal.